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Research Paper | Education Management | Indonesia | Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018
The Internalization of Character Education Values for Students in Islamic Boarding School
Febi Junaidi | Dr. Isah Cahyani | Dr. Yulianeta
Abstract: Great education cannot be separated from character education values. Students at every level of schools have to be not only good at academic but also good at characters. Therefore, character education values are really important to be internalized for every student. The purposes of this research were to describe the strategy conducted by teachers to internalize the values of character education and to describe the values of character education that have been done by students in SMK Daarut Tauhiid Islamic Boarding School. The method used in this research was a qualitative method. The results and discussion of this research showed that the ways done by teachers to internalize character education values are doing character program on every day basis, the inclusion of chararcter education values into the content of learning material or curriculum, doing extra-curricular related to good characters such as scout, doing jamaah prayers, praying before learning, halaqoh, and conducting coordination between teachers and students parents. Then, the values of character education that have been done by students in Daarut Tauhiid Islamic Boarding School are religion, nationalism, cleanliness and tidiness, social empathy, discipline, honesty, entrepreneurship, and responsibility. The implications of the results and discussion of this research for students are to make them more motivated to learn, to have great attitude, to have great habits each day, and to realize the essentials of learning. Then, for the teachers, this research can help them be easy and happy in teaching because they will get their students more enthusiastic to learn then teaching and learning in the class will be more interactive.
Keywords: Character Education Values, Students, Islamic Boarding School
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018,
Pages: 1581 - 1585